An in-depth look at the early Apple Macintosh computer, available software and hardware add-ons. Originally broadcast in 1985. Guests: Joanna Hoffman, Apple; Bob Foster, Telos Software; Lee Lorenzen, Digital Research; Ben Wiseman, InfoCorp; Gary Kildall, DRI; Larry Tesler, Apple
Products/Demos: Apple Macintosh, MacProject, FileVision, GEM DrawJazz.
Copyright 1985 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
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November 23, 2015 Subject:
A great episode.
A great episode with nice information about the Macintosh 128k that I didn't know previously. Literally, everything is done perfectly. No complaints. Really like all the other Computer Chronicles episodes.
November 2, 2015 Subject:
I remember running GEM before windows was available to me, slightly earlier ? on an apricot or something similar, GEM paint was pretty cool i remember doing some nighttime images with moons and silhouettes. But also using ventura publisher on a hercules graphics card linked upto the first laserwriter, people dont understand the power or importance of the DTP revolution, its true the original mac screen was a bit small to satisfy many pro business users, and the simultaneously sold old Apple II was better value hardware wise, but believe it or not, timeout magazine was originally produced on that tiny screen ;) crazy to think so. Amazing to think think that DRI and CP/M flushed all their market share away by not taking IBM seriously, but GEM was good. all gone now.
July 9, 2007 Subject:
I actually worked on the computer chronicles, and I remember this episode - that was me shooting macworld (when I had hair!). Boy do i have stories! - Brings back great memories - Gary Kildal would drive up to the studio in his white Lamborghini Countach - emerging from the upswinging doors in his cowboy hat - he was a great guy, really nice too, and Stewart with that famous comb-over - still has it, I believe - then there was George Morro, who carried around a little red book of his quotes called 'quotes from chairman Morrow' - patterned after the communist one, of course. Great people worked on that show...I shot alot of the field stuff and was 'camera 3' in the studio.
February 3, 2007 Subject:
For all who made the Computer Chronicles available and the Internet Archive itself. Thank you!
September 9, 2006 Subject:
To have a video of this magnitude ....
One of the world's absolutely *coolest shows introduce the world's *coolest computer ....
Whover is putting "The Computer Chronicles" videos here deserves worship like
the God they are !